The Charge of the Light Brigade was not a good idea because they weren’t fully prepared for a battle like that and they were tremendously outmanned. The Charge was an attack on the Russian by the British but it wasn’t really supposed to happen the British just had communication issues and were given incorrect orders. I feel that it wasn't a good idea even if they had miscommunications because they all knew that the order was perfect madness and should’ve figured out a way to find out whether or not it was the correct order. Lord Raglan sent an order intending to send the Light Brigade to pursue and harry a separate, retreating a russian battery. Due to miscommunications they went off on a “near suicidal” mission. Many soldiers couldn’t believe the orders they were given, but it was their duty to follow them.
Some of my sources were “New accounts emerge of Charge of the Light Brigade” by Jasper Copping, Primary Facts: “Charge of the Light Brigade: Facts and Information by James, and “The Charge of the Light Brigade” by Alfred Tennyson. I used these because they gave me different information than all the other ones and it was in more detail. They tell me what actually happened and the facts they give aren’t the same ones that every other source gave me. These are important because people will be able to know what actually happened rather than the basic stuff that's usually given. And they gave me many key terms that I may need to know. Such as, light brigade, artillery